200 Pondfield Rd Bronxville NY 10708 914-779-4022
In addition to programs and activities offered by the Town of Eastchester, Bronxville offers its own variety of recreation options for people of all ages. Activities include court sports, child development programs such as day camp and gymnastics, and special community events. Park facilities include Bicentennial Park, School Field, Dogwood Park, Maltby Park, River-Lake Park (part of the Bronx River Reservation), Scout Field, The Meadow, Bacon Woodlands, Sagamore Park, and Leonard Morange Square. Bicentennial Park has been landscaped as an outdoor garden and has benches and paved areas. School Field is generally available to the public when no school activities are taking place, and features a football field, three smaller fields and a running track. Dogwood Park, A 2.4 acre tennis complex, includes five tennis courts, a tennis building, a children's play area and a sitting area.
Maltby Park features a 2.6 acre play area and The "Betty Parker" cabin (also know as the Girl Scout cabin). River-Lake Park (part of the Bronx River Reservation) is owned by Westchester County and is available for walks, informal play and as a sitting area. Scout Field, a park owned by the County and leased to Bronxville and Mount Vernon, is heavily used for active recreation, mainly by the Bronxville schools' soccer, football, baseball and cross country running programs.
The Meadow is an undeveloped area of 5.7 acres. Bacon Woodlands is a natural rock outcropping left in its natural state, the flatter portion of the park serves as an informal play area for children. Sagamore Park: A small playground and park renovated as a play area for children. Leonard Morange Square, named for Leonard S. Morange, the first village resident to lose his life in WWI, features a small park-like setting with benches for sitting.